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  • Where can I find Android apps?

    The place where you find all apps installed on your Android phone is the Apps drawer. Even though you can find launcher icons (app shortcuts) on the Home screen, the Apps drawer is where you need to go to find everything. To view the Apps drawer, tap the Apps icon on the Home screen. The place where you find all apps installed on your Android phone is the Apps drawer. Even though you can find launcher icons (app shortcuts) on the Home screen, the Apps drawer is where you need to go to find everything.

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    After you tap the Apps icon, you see the Apps drawer. Swipe through the pages left and right or up and down across the touchscreen.To run an app, tap its icon. The app starts, taking over the screen and doing whatever magical thing the app does.As you add new apps to your phone, they appear in the Apps drawer.Some phones allow you to create folders in the Apps drawer. These folders contain multiple apps, which helps keep things organized. To access apps in the folder, tap the Folder icon.

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      Originally posted by danielhowell View Post
      After you tap the Apps icon, you see the Apps drawer. Swipe through the pages left and right or up and down across the touchscreen.To run an app, tap its icon. The app starts, taking over the screen and doing whatever magical thing the app does.As you add new apps to your phone, they appear in the Apps drawer.Some phones allow you to create folders in the Apps drawer. These folders contain multiple apps, which helps keep things organized. To access apps in the folder, tap the Folder icon.
      The best Android apps aren't always obvious, and so AP is here to help. With the many options available on the Play Store, it can be tough to determine which titles will suit you best or whether these apps will run on older budget devices and newer hardware alike. That's what today's roundup is all about. This is a hand-picked list of the best apps currently available on Android, a best-of-all-time list, as it were. So if you're new to Android, think of this roundup as the greatest hits, and if you've been using the platform for a few years, perhaps you'll find something to add to your arsenal. Like with the best Android games, this roundup will grow and evolve over time, so please leave your favorites in the comments.

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        Let's start off easy with Google Maps. It's an app that I'm sure most of us have used and are familiar with, but that doesn't discount the usefulness of this listing. Google Maps is a staple, not to mention the go-to map software for mobile devices, and for a good reason, this is still one of the best maps and navigation software currently available. It's an excellent app for hunting down food to eat, gas stations to stop at, and you can even review the places you've visited. Plus, the navigation aspect is sublime. While I know people love Waze, there's no denying that Google Maps is used by more people, allowing its crowd-sourced content to continually grow at a much faster clip than any other mapping software out there.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by johnpketchum12 View Post
          Let's start off easy with Google Maps. It's an app that I'm sure most of us have used and are familiar with, but that doesn't discount the usefulness of this listing. Google Maps is a staple, not to mention the go-to map software for mobile devices, and for a good reason, this is still one of the best maps and navigation software currently available. It's an excellent app for hunting down food to eat, gas stations to stop at, and you can even review the places you've visited. Plus, the navigation aspect is sublime. While I know people love Waze, there's no denying that Google Maps is used by more people, allowing its crowd-sourced content to continually grow at a much faster clip than any other mapping software out there.
          There are many Reddit apps out there, some have come and gone, and others have stuck around. Sync for reddit is one of the mainstays, it's been around for years, with active development the entire time, and it's my personal go-to Reddit app. It's easily themeable, suits phones and tablets alike, and you can even browse Reddit when its servers are having issues, which seems to be pretty often in the last few years. Like all Reddit apps, issues can pop up, but at least the dev is responsive, so you know these issues won't stick around. Sync for reddit is already ten years old, but it's still popular because it's reliable.

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            The Tor Browser is a privacy tool, a browser that blocks trackers and fingerprinting while also offering encryption. It's also a handy tool to get around any sites your ISP or country block, much like a VPN. Best of all, it's open-source, which means it's completely free to use and always will be. Whether you're a security-conscious user or simply want to cruise banned sites or onion sites, then the Android version of the Tor Browser is definitely an app to install to ensure it's there when you need it.

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            • #7
              This type of auto-reply is sent out to assure the customer that you will get in touch with them shortly. When you are busy, unavailable, out of the office, or stuck somewhere and unable to answer somebody, these auto-responses are a way to tell the contact that you will get back as soon as you can. Also when you reply to MISSED CALLS and INCOMING SMS you could place at the end of your standard “not available” message, a list of keywords users can send you and get auto reply message with requested info, like

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